English 121 Library Component

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English 121 Library Component by Mind Map: English 121 Library Component

1. 1. Information Need

1.1. 1.1.C Explores general information sources to increase familiarity with the topic

1.1.1. Reference Handout

1.1.2. Research Project

2. 7. Participate in Information Discourse

2.1. 1.2.C Identifies the value and differences of potential resources in a variety of formats (e.g., multimedia, database, website, data set, audio/visual, book)

2.1.1. In Class Discussion

2.2. 1.2.D Identifies the purpose and audience of potential resources (e.g., popular vs. scholarly, current vs. historical)

2.2.1. Peer Review Peer Review Tutorial peer review activity

2.2.2. Popular Vs Scholarly Popular vs Scholarly Tutorial popular vs scholarly activity

2.3. 3.6.A Participates in classroom and other discussions

2.3.1. presentations

2.3.2. in class discussions

2.3.3. group work

2.3.4. Research Project

3. 2. Select and Retrieve Information

3.1. 1.2.D: Identifies the value and differences of potential resources in a variety of formats (e.g., multimedia, database, website)

3.1.1. Periodicals and Databases Handout

3.1.2. Reference Handout

3.1.3. Internet Google Search Handout The Internet Handout Wikipedia Handout

3.1.4. Research Project Research Journal

3.2. 2.2.B Identifies keywords, synonyms and related terms for the information needed

3.2.1. Tagging Activity

3.2.2. controlled vocabulary and subject headings

3.3. 2.2.D Constructs a search strategy using appropriate com- mands for the information retrieval system selected (e.g., Bool- ean operators, truncation, and proximity for search engines; internal organizers such as indexes for books)

3.3.1. Search Strategies Handout

3.3.2. search statements

3.3.3. boolean searching

3.4. 2.3.A Uses various search systems to retrieve information in a variety of formats

3.4.1. Databases Database Search Assignment Database Discovery Project Introduce students to ILL

3.4.2. Internet Google Searching Actiivty Introduction to Google Scholar Introduction to Google Books

3.4.3. Books Card Catalog and Books Handout card catalog assignment card catalog searching activity I-Share Handout

3.5. 2.3.B Uses various classification schemes and other systems (e.g., call number systems or indexes) to locate information resources within the library or to identify specific sites for physical exploration

3.5.1. Dewey Decimal Activity

3.5.2. Dewey Decimal Classification Handout

3.6. 2.5.C Differentiates between the types of sources cited and understands the elements and correct syntax of a citation for a wide range of resources

3.6.1. Citation Chasing

3.6.2. Assignment: Annotated Bibliography

3.6.3. MLA Citation Basics Handout

3.6.4. Citing Sources Handout

3.6.5. Citing Tables and Figures

3.6.6. Citation Guide

3.7. 3.7.B Reviews search strategy and incorporates additional concepts as necessary

3.7.1. reflection paper

4. 3. Evaluate information

4.1. 3.3.B Uses consciously selected criteria to determine whether the information contradicts or verifies information used from other sources

4.1.1. Taking Notes Taking Notes Handout Example of Note Taking Format Journal Evaluation Notes Template

4.1.2. Evaluating Material Evaluating Books Criteria Evaluating Your Material Handout

4.2. 3.3.E Determines probable accuracy by questioning the source of the data, the limitations of the information gathering tools or strategies, and the reasonableness of the conclusions

5. 6. Understand and Discuss Information Issues

5.1. 5.2.B Uses approved passwords and other forms of ID for access to information resources

5.1.1. Statement in Syllabus

5.2. 5.1.B Identifies and discusses issues related to free vs. fee-based access to information

5.2.1. In Class Discussion Discussion Topic:Google Scholar & Google Books

5.2.2. Internet Handout

5.3. 5.2.C Complies with institutional policies on access to information resources

5.3.1. Statement in Syllabus